South Coast Natural Resource Management is excited to announce that it is running its first Regional Landcare Facilitators’ Community Small Grant Programme for 2017 thanks to funding by the National Landcare Programme.
This programme aims to help community groups get involved in Landcare by providing funds of up to $500 (ex GST) that can go towards the cost of running an event or project that benefits the community and the environment.
At the AGM of 10 November, South Coast NRM members endorsed the 2015-16 Annual Report
Wetter than average conditions forecast for September have raised concerns of further Phytophthora Dieback (Dieback) spread in Western Australia as we come into our peak wildflower season.
Warm temperatures coupled with increased soil moisture create very favourable conditions for the dieback disease to reproduce and spread.
Local coastcare groups, natural resource management practitioners, coastal land managers and local government will come together next week to discuss coastal management issues and management solutions at the South Coast Coastal Management Forum to be held in Albany on Thursday the 20th and Friday the 21st of October.